The Best Western Plus Manor Hotel Meriden
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And so after a long flight - 12+ hours - we arrived in Paris, grabbed a quick drink and then on to Birmingham. Unfortunately, Pat's suitcase decided to stop off in Paris but will hopefully be delivered tomorrow! Back to a sunny UK, with a temperature not much cooler than Hanoi yesterday, where the blossom is in full swing. Lots of memories of a lovely holiday. ...
It was very dark and wet when we woke up to the alarm. Leanne arrived as planned and drove us to the airport. Unfortunately, as we left the M6 there was a huge tail back where we needed to go, presumably due to an accident.. We sat in it for a while, moving 100yds in 10 mins. Action was needed so we headed off towards Tamworth where we saw signs towards Coleshill. At least that was vaguely in the right direction. Between my limited knowledge and Leanne's iPhone, ...
... the teacher, "But wait, this test says 2014!" The teacher replied, "That's ok, every year the questions are the same - but the answers are different!" Da-dum-crash! The ever-changing British economy. Finally it was our turn, descending the 10 (yes, ten) locks. By lock 8 it had started to drizzle - by the end we were quite wet. The previous boaters had cleared out, and we were able to moor at the foot of the ...
... canal got a bit wider and then shouted to them to move over as he overtook them. The idiot driving the boat in front appeared to deliberately turn its bow straight into our boat as we overtook. Peter and Meagan both gave him a piece of their mind and assured us it was not usual canal boat behaviour.
We returned to our starting spot for the night and went to the local pub for dinner before retiring to the boat to sleep.
This was on the Greater ...
... Thomas Nash, owned the house next door. After Elizabeth died, the house was returned to the Clopton family, who had built the house.In 1759 then-owner Reverend Francis Gastrell, having become tired of visitors, attacked and destroyed a mulberry tree in the garden said to have been planted by Shakespeare. In retaliation, the townsfolk destroyed New Place's windows. Gastrell applied for local permission ...